What’s On this Week – Limerick Pride, Paolo Nutini, Anna’s Anchor, Snow Patrol, T.A. Narrative, Liam Gallagher, Danny Beard, David Holmes & Dylan Moran

DJ David Holmes.


Limerick Pride Festival: Proud to Rave. Amber. DJ Zwing will be spinning funk and tech house, DJ Dewey playing techno.

Cut Loose with Fannyland – Wickham Way

Pressed Flower Workshop – 101 Limerick

The Hotelier (Solo) – Dolans. Seoda Shows: Christian Holden, the front-person and bassist of the critically acclaimed indie rock band The Hotelier, is embarking on an intimate acoustic tour across Europe. Known for their evocative lyrics and engaging performances, Holden has captivated audiences worldwide with their heartfelt and introspective music.


Snow Patrol – Thomond Park

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Drive – The Old Quarter

Limerick Pride Festival: Limerick Pride Youth Party. Lava Javas Youth Cafe. Live music with Girlfriend and T.A. Narrative.

T’was the night before Pride – Mickey Martins

TGIF with Gowl Haus – Molly’s

SWIFTOGEDDON – Dolans. All the hits & deep cuts

David Holmes – The Record Room. Holmes released his first techno and house singles in the early 90s, before his ambitious first album, This Film’s Crap, Let’s Slash The Seats, introduced the cinematic scope of his production that came to define his style. Holmes has honed the keen sense of mood, atmosphere and place through his decades of club DJing.


Paolo Nutini – Thomond Park

Anna’s Anchor – The People’s Museum of Limerick – 10 year Anniversary Show / Exhibition. The event will run from 3-7pm 

The Prophets – The Old Quarter

Limerick Pride Festival: Pride Parade. Merchant’s Quay at 2pm to Hunt Museum grounds

Pridefest – Hunt Museum Gardens. A free family-friendly event with cone van, a cafe and bar on site, free face painting, live music, performances, drag, and plenty of entertainment including the Annual tea Dance with Myles Breen followed by DJ Ruth from the George Dublin. Hosted by Elle Uminati and Eddie Mc Guinness.

Eamon Hehir & Band – Blue Bar, Punches Cross

Limerick Pride Climax Party – Dolans. With International drag artist and winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Danny Beard headlining a stellar line up including ‘Dragged Up’ with Paul Ryder, Regina George and Pixie hosted by Victoria Secret joined by many more followed by DJ Ruth from the George Dublin. With three floors of music including ‘Saved by the 90s’ upstairs with live drummer, Alter Ego with DJ Olivia Chau in the Kasbah Club. Each venue has a different vibe to it.

A Limerick favourite, Donal Dineen brings Backstory to the Record Room for the first time this Saturday July 13.

Donal Dineen’s Backstory – The Record Room. Backstory began in 2015, inspired by the records DJ Donal Dineen was finding and writing about for his Sunken Treasure column in the Irish Times. The night quickly became a place for the like-minded to revel in that music, and in the uniquely special experience of discovering it together on a dance-floor.


Liam Gallagher – Thomond Park

Paul Gallagher – The Record Room. DJs Paul Gallagher (Liam’s brother) and Mick Cronin will be on the decks for the night at this exclusive afterparty for Liam Gallagher’s show in Thomond Park.

Pride Drag Brunch with Mockie Ah – 101 O’Connell Street. Hosted by Candy Warhol with Mia Gold, Richard Joke and Robert Von Hart. Drag cabaret, musical bingo, audience games, giveaways and DJ set.


The Night Doesn’t Belong To Us – People’s Museum of Limerick. This photography exhibition addresses the concerns and experiences of women navigating the streets of Limerick city after dark. Launches Monday 15, runs until July 25.


Cúpla Focal – Celebrating the Irish Language and Culture – Mother Macs Public House. From 7.30pm immerse yourself in the rich tradition of the spoken word as Gaeilge. Whether you’re a fluent speaker or just beginning your journey with the Irish language, all abilities are welcome to participate.

Children’s Movie Afternoon – Watch House Cross Library


Dylan Moran – Dolans